One of the most basic ways to protect the confidentiality of data on a laptop in the event the device is physically stolen is to implement which of the following?
A. File level encryption with alphanumeric passwords B. Biometric authentication and cloud storage C. Whole disk encryption with two-factor authentication D. BIOS passwords and two-factor authentication
Explanation: Whole-disk encryption only provides reasonable protection when the system is fully powered off. to make the most of the defensive strength of whole-disk encryption, a long, complex passphrase should be used to unlock the system on bootup. Combining whole-disk encryption with two factor authentication would further increase protection.
The helpdesk technician has been tasked to reinstall the OS on a desktop and has already inserted the OS install disk in the CD-ROM. Which of the following would MOST likely need to be configured within the BIOS to continue reinstalling the OS?
A. BIOS password B. Flash BIOS for firmware upgrade C. Boot sequence D. Clock speeds
Correct Answer: C
Explanation: To boot the OS from the CD ROM, you need to change the boot sequence to boot from CD ROM first. Normally, the boot sequence is to boot from hard disk and if it is unable to find boot files there, it will look for it in a CD ROM. After that, it will look into other places like a floppy disk drive and PXE boot.
A technician needs to run a diagnostic DVD on a laptop running Windows 8.1. After setting the boot order in the UEFI BIOS to the internal DVD-RW drive, the laptop still boots into Windows. Which of the following settings needs to be adjusted in order for the laptop to boot from the DVD- RW drive?
A. TPM B. Virtualization C. Secure boot D. UEFI BIOS password